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Don’t Frustrate Your Readers

Don’t Frustrate Your Readers

As I was planning this post, I didn’t think about an obvious qualifier I left out of my title: Don’t frustrate your readers in a bad way. There are both good and bad ways to frustrate your readers. The good ways keep […]

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Writerly Gift Ideas: Holidays 2016 Edition

Writerly Gift Ideas: Holidays 2016 Edition

Once again, we have reached that time of year when the majority of us scramble like mad for gift ideas. I’d like to share a few of my writerly gift ideas with you. Maybe you have a writer of your […]

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Word-of-Mouth: A Powerful Tool For Bookselling

Word-of-Mouth: A Powerful Tool For Bookselling

Word-of-mouth: the most powerful bookselling tool in any writer’s arsenal. Seriously. This is what moves books. I got to see it in action this past weekend – and I hope to see it more in the weekend to come. In […]

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Book Challenge: Melissa’s Edition

We all know by now that I am up for a challenge. We also know that my book counts have been abysmally low (for me) over the last couple years. So I suppose it’s only fitting that I’ve spent the […]

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World Fantasy Recap

After a whirlwind weekend, I am home. A day ahead of schedule, too. This is extra great, because I can’t afford to lose another day of writing. I’ve had too many non-writing days this month, as it is, and I […]

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Ask an Editor: What is the writer’s responsibility?

This is a topic dear to me that has been making the rounds of discussion recently due to a certain movie based on a certain book releasing in theatres. Especially as someone who has worked in the romance industry, I […]

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